volunteers bring you 20 recordings of The Open Window by Edward Rowland Sill.
This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for February 27th, 2011.
Edward Rowland Sill, American poet and educator, was born in Windsor, Connecticut. He was a modest and charming man, a graceful essayist, a sure critic. His contribution to American poetry is small but of fine quality. His best poems, such as "The Venus of Milo," "The Fool's Prayer" and "Opportunity," gave him a high place among the minor poets of America, which might have been higher but for his early death. (summary from Wikipedia)
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